What is in fact DRI in steel plant?
A direct reduced iron (DRI) production plant is in fact a shaft reduction furnace to manufacture DRI through large metal iron content by directly reducing iron ore (or else iron ore pellets) by way of reducing gases.
What is the term SMS in Jindal Steel?
Steel Melting Shop (SMS)
How is the process of coal gasification done?
Gasification of coal is a course of action in which coal is partly oxidated by air, oxygen, steam or else carbon dioxide under restricted conditions to fabricate a fuel gas. The hot fuel gas is then cooled in heat exchangers, with the assembly of steam, and cleaned sooner than combustion in a gas turbine.
What is the term CGP in Jindal Steel?
The term coal gasification plant (CGP) at Angul in Odisha is actually the world's first CGP to fabricate syngas from high-ash swadeshi coal for the purpose of steel-making. The CGP contains a capacity to manufacture 225,000 Nm3/hour syngas, in fact catering to the 1.8 mtpa DRI (direct reduced iron) plant.
What is the real difference between HBI and DRI?
Hot-briquetted iron (HBI) is a compacted type of DRI designed for simplicity of shipping, handling, along with storage. Hot direct reduced iron (HDRI) is DRI which is transported hot, unswervingly from the reduction furnace, into an electric arc furnace, in that way saving energy. The DRI technique produces 97% pure iron.